tv KRON 4 Morning News KRON February 15, 2011 7:00am-11:00am PST
this radar is showing the world of wet weather is. we will assume and, show you where it is. south is getting snow in the sierra at this hour. much more to come. all that stuff and the north is coming our way. early afternoon, that's when we will notice showers and to the north bay, continuing to spread south. by 4:04:00 p.m., in the delta, by 5:00 p.m. it will be different along the peninsula and the north bay dealing with wet weather. strong rain and wind by 8:00 p.m., notice this heavy stuff pushing through. notice all the red showing heavy downpours, expecting to continue through the evening hours and
nearly morning hours wednesday. early morning hours. the rainfall totals will be moving around the wind out there. 1 in. in san rosa, by midnight more than an inch in napa as well. we have a winter storm warning in effect until 6:00 p.m. tomorrow in lake tahoe. expect road closures, it will be a mess out there. 7 day around bay. wet and windy weather through the rest of your work week. showers may continue through the weekend. george? >> george: a good commute here, no hot spots, in fact all lot lighter than you expect even 41 01.for 101. there is no back upn
the 80 ramp, this is still a good ride. san mateo bridge ride, no problems here, typical commute. the golden gate bridge still problem free, still a good trip here across the span. public transit commute as well, looking at art, ace train, no problems there appeared public transino problems there. >> mark: the legislature or the voters do not extend that tax hikes things will be tight in california. democratic lawmakers say california would and cap cost side reduction for k
through third grade., reduce wht when fire fighting, and then support to various safety programs. these cuts could be implemented in addition to the cuts that are already proposed. >> mark >> darya: if caltrans does not get money they will have shortages. they propose cutting house the trains, the worst- case scenario 48 train schedule only seeing trains going during commute hours. >> if you make the cuts you think he will make, it will be devastating. >> i don't have the means to buy a car >>. what will it your response be when the stations are vandalized. >> is the late date trains will
be cut they can't go to their jobs and less they find another source of transportation. >> if you miss your last train an you're stranded from home it will hurt. >> darya: most riders said they paywould pay higher fares. construction of an extension could begin next year. the funds have to clear republicans who are promising to cut billions out of president barack obama as transportation budget. >> mark: out of egypt and the egyptian government ask the united states to freeze assets of the egyptians. in the meantime there former president is becoming a missing person. he has all but banishevanished. a
committee out appointed by the military to amend the constitution says the new document will be temporary until democratic rule is that established. protests are going through middle east countries. this is a this scene iniran, they're calling for death. tens of thousands of people turned out for this rally in solidarity with egypt. it was the first show of strength from the opposition. >> darya: yemen protesters are scuffling with police. the demonstrators are demanding political reform and a white u.s. president to leave, meantime hillary clinton is making of policy address today, she will warm repressive states
that curbs on internet freedom will not hold back reform. that there is no application for ending online repression. she says regimes that clampdown on internet usage will not be able to see what's been changed forever. >> darya: >> mark: a quick break as the news continues until 11:00 a.m.. [ male announcer ] hands free driving.
showing since june. they rose 0.3 percent last month. the increase was half of what the economists expected. it came during winter weather blasting the country. home depot is hiring. in need 60,000 seasonal workers for spring home- improvement russia. ifrush. the retailer says it is adding permanent part-time and full- time people to its stores as well. >> mark: president barack obama will be in california this week. he will be here thursday for meetings with business leaders. it is not clear if it will be open to the public. it will be the first visit since october of last year. we are awaiting for
the president to answer questions about his 2012 budget. that will come up bin the next hour. republican sen with deep cuts for next year. >> darya: 7:12 a.m., alive look right now at highway 18 near gilman. taillights are going towards the maze. we will be right back. the internet on a plane! are you from the future?
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ft.. we are seeing strong gusts over the peaks. and expect 1-2 ft. of snow above the 5,000 ft. level. 2-4 ft. of snow above 7,000 ft.. we could see road closures today appeared this is where the bulk of the wet weather is. well to the north of us but spreading south throughout the day. future cast 4 set for noontime show you wet weather in the north bay, then by about the 3:00 p.m. hour, moving south. by 4:00 p.m. your evening commute, picking up rain drops in san francisco, best chance of staying dry is san jose. this band of severe weather is pushing and at the 9:00 p.m. hour, heavy downpours right through into the overnight hour. 7 day around the bay, wet whether for tomorrow,
right continuing to the week. george? >> george: the golden gate bridge traffic 1 01 south looks great as you can see, the ride in bound is problem free, no delays for your trip on 1 01 south. you in through the county looks good. continuing with our bridge check, the bay bridge and the ride to the toll plaza. the back up here actually now stars to reach to about the 80 over cross. it has grown in the last 10-15 minutes. a 80 approach is not backed up at all. san mateo bridge ride looks good, westbound commute on the right hand side of your screen, perhaps lighter than usual. as chairman of space between the cars. this in the counter float
direction. 80 ride headed down toward gilman, you can see the volume is building here, starting to slow coming from the upper down to the lorry shore freeway. let's go to the news room with james fletcher. >> james: live pictures from washington d.c., defending president barack obama this budget plan before the committee. there is a real brouhaha. republicans are tearing apart criticizing it as there's not enough cuts in spending let's listen in here. >> with the alternative tax we have three years of what's called a patch. we pay for by
limiting the amount in the highest tax bracket can receive to for deductions. big step on cutting back. if we continue along this path of paying for the patch after 2014, it alone will reduce the deficit by one percent by the end of the decade. these boats are down payments on long-term reform to reduce the deficit further. we look forward to working with congress to cover these costs once and for all. as the president said we are eager to work together on a deficit neutral corporate tax reform that will simplify the system eliminate special interest loopholes. and lower corporate tax for the first time in 25 years. well it does not contribute to the deficit the president laid out his principles to strengthen social
security. called on congress to work to keep this compact for future generations. as we take the steps to live within our means we invest in the areas critical to economic growth. education, clean energy, infrastructure, even in these areas programs are cut to. education of we have enabled 9 million students to pay for college education. the pay for it with savings that come from eliminating summer's cool grants, eliminating the graduate student in school subsidy. innovation $148 billion in research and development, including the national institutes of health. visionary
goal is to bring about a new clean energy economy. lot for prairie programs are cut, false tax breaks. >> james: you are listening from the white house he said earlier that the level for domestic spending will be brought down, to levels we have not seen since eisenhower administration. republicans still not happy with what they have heard. they call for cuts to hundreds of programs for this fiscal year. under the proposal is americorps, public broadcast he will be erased. for unless programs for feeding poor, feeding women, children, that is rising the ire of people. it is supposedly up for
debate later today. >> mark: back here in the bay area of major recall for cruise ship. splendor is on its way out. back in november it lost all power at sea. knocking out telephone, and hot food service. stranded 4000 passengers out at sea for several days. yoli? >> reporter: at least the disco lights are working so you can dance on the ship when it is ready to go out to sea. it has to pass one more test. the float test they will take it out to the middle of the bay to make sure it float spirit want it clears it will go to long beach to pick up passengers. >> mark: the provided a lot of work for the bay area how long was that here?
>> reporter: they got here around january 23rd so it has been a while around three weeks. it is unfortunate eight caught on fire but it benefited test locally. we are the only dry dock that can handle a ship this size. we were able to employ 900 people locally to work on the repairs. >> mark: think you yoli for that update. we will be back as the news continues after the break.
some sun thursday, friday. >> mark: an italian judge on tuesday ordered premier silvio berlusconi to stand trial on charges he paid for sex with a 17-year-old moroccan girl, then tried to cover it up. berlusconi has stood trial on a number of business-related charges, but this is the first time the 74- year-old billionaire businessman is being tried for personal conduct. berlusconi has denied wrongdoing, accusing the prosecutors of seeking to oust him from power. judge cristina di censo handed down the indictment with a terse statement. the trial is to begin april 6, and will be heard by a panel of three judges, all of them women. ecuadorian judge ordered chevron to clean up oil pollution in the rain forest. it is believed to be the largest judgment in an environmental case if the giant is not a public plea apologize in 15 days they will pay twice that amount. the pollution was committed by texaco which was bought by chevron in 2001. >> darya: we will be back with more in a couple of minutes. walnut creek, grace start for
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>> darya: 7:30 a.m., san jose a bit of a slowdown on 101 southbound. not too bad through san jose. a great day today. >> louisa: the second half of your day will be more active. this morning the lot of cloud cover. rain system bring us rain in the north bay into the late morning. widespread rain by the late afternoon. we will start you off show you where the bulk of the wet weather is often to the northwestern portion of our state. spreading southward. we are getting some sprinkles through a light-80 corridor.i-8y
afternoon 4:00 p.m., the north bay bring in rainfall, moderate, and heavy down poor'pores, and e north bay they are looking at very wet weather. by this evening you will hear the wind, and the rain really coming down. by 9:00 p.m. the intensity picks up around the bay continuing with wet weather through the early hours wednesday. we have a wind advisory kicking and around 10:00 p.m., strong southerly winds up to 30 mi. an hour, gusts region 45 mi. an hour. wet weather again tomorrow, rain continues into thursday, friday. george? >> george: 7:31 a.m. on a
tuesday we are not looking at any hot spots. the 580 ride is sluggish through the livermore valley, highway 4 is slow out of antioch, but here at the bay bridge westbound ride typical pattern here with the back up the reaches from the ada 80. san mateo bridge problem free ride, 92 getting slower rate at 880, no problems through hayward yet. golden gate bridge ride some slow traffic in marin, but not a back up and not a huge delight. no problems at the golden gate bridge. 680 southbound direction, it is slowing as you can see getting into alamo. the back up beginning just south of
south main. the right into walnut creek still looks good. no problems there. still looking good public transit ride is problem free. >> mark: after waiting 50 years for board in the south bay, we may be getting closer. after rejecting it several years ago its about-face. they are recommending the project get $130 million. a drop in the bucket for the 10 mi. extension that will be $2.3 billion. will tran found out it is a good start. >> will: 4 south bay commuters, other than driving themselves to help train is the way to go. these days cal train is in serious financial problems. that's why people say they cannot wait forever to coming to sand was it. >> it will make things easier i
can hop on and go in any direction i want ago. just getting to where i need to be. >> will: has there ever been a time where you thought i wish car was available? >> the first time i was here we wanted to go to san francisco for years, we were driving up, we didn't know which way to go. we had to drive all the way to fremont just to get on it. >> will: they say they don't know when the project will begin, or how long it will take. but with this federal recommendation they have cleared a major hurdle. reporting from san jose kron 4 news. >> darya: city council is hoping to find prisoners a place to live after they get out. berkeley city councils will
meet on a resolution that would resettle detainee's. a few of the prisoners at guantanamo would live in berkeley. it would be come the third city and the first in california to do that. mount diablo unified school district meets today to talk about the pending school closures. last week they voted to shut down to schools to close a $1.5 million budget gap. they will close at the end of the school year. >> mark: egypt of the u.s. to free the assets of the egyptian officials. the former president is a missing person. he has vanished following his resignation friday. there has been reports he is in the red sea resort. the military amend'' constitution and it will be only temporary. he chips revolt
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the week. >> darya: a dead high in fiber, might reduce death caused by heart and respiratory disease. the most effective comes from grains not other sources. researchers note eight could be people who eat more fiber are healthier overall, therefore less likely to get her disease in the first place. warning for parents after hundreds and thousands of safety seats have been recalled now appears juvenile group recalling 800,000 safety seats because they may not be safe her. certain childrs draithey were sold under these grants. they were made be tween
2008, and may of 2009. >> mark: a smaller version of the iphone is in production. wall street journal said is have the size. both sources say this of a prototype last year, said it will be halved the price of the current model. we will be back as the morning news continues after this. mt. tam, up bin the clouds with windy conditions.
time for the three day weekend. we could get road closure heavy snow on 80, and 50. snow levels from 4,000 ft., we could get one-2 ft. of snow above 5,000 ft., 2-4 ft. above seven at7,00. the bulk of the system to the north moving south through the day. right now we are seeing showers pushing through a light- 80. by noon to 9 the rain will push its way and. 5:04 p.m. more showers in the peninsula. by the evening that's when everybody will feel it. the heavy rain, strong wind. by 8:00 p.m., it
gathers intensity picking up by 9:00 p.m., continuing overnight into early morning. we have strong winds through the delta, 30 mi. an hour, the gust up to 45 mi. an hour. your 7 day around the bay, wet, windy conditions by the weekend less of a chance but still a chance of showers continuing. george? >> george: 680 in the southbound direction in walnut creek, to see if it becomes the first hot spot of the morning it likely will be. so far not tracking any big delays, at the bay bridge toll plaza slow from 80 over across the back up back there, the day the approaches not backed up at all, currently incident free on the upper deck.
san mateo bridge right also good one this morning light traffic in both direction, it's easy drive time 13 minutes. golden gate bridge right typically easy, no delays through marin county. south bay through sand on say, good conditions here, it has not yet begun to slow down leading up from the guadalupe parkway. at 7:47 a.m., an update from the news room. >> will: we have were out of italy the appearance of a man dreadnoughts the student was convicted has been ordered to stand trial themself spirithey e indicted today in paraguay for libel. their trial is july 4th,
wheel watching for that. please have denied hurting the talks. they said they had no comment at this time. we will watch this closely to see if anything comes out of the spirit parents are now set to stand trial for libel charges. >> mark: and their stories city of pittsburgh what san francisco's trash beard they want to bring and by barge, san francisco sense 500 million t of the bridge to a landfill at the altamont pass. pittsburgh could make a million dollars a year if it wins the contract. >> darya: state university is given priority to students seeking admission to local schools. they have urged lawmakers to take steps to guarantee all qualified students could enroll in their local
campus. san diego state became the first to turn away qualified local students, in favor of applicants from elsewhere. more than 150 school districts may today the first of its kind education summit. the administration calls it a watershed moment for school improvement. billed as the nation's first large effort for school management to talk about its achievement. already there are cracks in their armor. the largest school district and also washington d.c. have pulled out of the summit. city engineers will decide whether it's the demolition gate of the condemned building is to be moved. this is the building. it was called last night to this building on 29th avenue because there are reports of a possible collapse. the building has not collapsed, but look at that wall. it is spent
in, they are concerned about the sturdiness the fire crew has met with the engineers, the exam and the side wall. the building was vacated in 2006 after a fire. they will have to decide whether to demolish it. a judge on monday ordered two young men to stand trial on murder charges for the beating death of a 59- year-old san francisco man in downtown oakland last year, rejecting a defense lawyer's claim that the older man was partly to blame for the incident. at the end of a preliminary hearing that spanned four days, alameda county superior court judge joan cartwright said, "i don't see any self-defense," on the part of lavonte drummer, 19, and dominic davis, 18, in inflicting the blows that killed tian sheng yu. yu, a home health care worker, died five days after he was punched and knocked to the ground in the 1800 block of telegraph avenue, near the fox theater, around 3 p.m. on april 16, 2010. yu and his son, 27- year-old jin cheng yu, had driven to oakland to go to a pawn shop. drummer and davis, who are being held without bail, are scheduled to return to court on march 1 to have a trial date set. >> mark: a berkeley police officer recovering after he was
struck by another color. honda accord was pretty speeding across the border with its lights off. a police sergeant attempted to stop the car appeared the driver hit the passenger side. the driver was treated at a hospital then taken into custody. fairfield police looking for two men who robbed a best ball you.value,. >> darya: some 50 1:00 a.m., taking alive look at walnut creek, traffic is low, we will be right back.
heavier rain near eureka, this storm will drop down into the bay area later this afternoon and this evening. get ready for heavier rain at times. alive look from roof camera, quiet around the bay area a bit of a break before the storm dropped them. >> darya: vallejo was named america's dying city by newsweek magazine. it comes on the heels of forbes magazine saying it is the ninth most miserable city in the united states. here's the top five. vallejo is that number to right behind your lens, then the florida town, the mayor says this list is wrong, polio's population is growing just not as quick as it used to. meg is a and said it is based on the most
recent census, it had the biggest decline in 10 years. the angriest cities. based on men'sy say beach right is the angriest, st. petersburg florida, laws vegas, new jersey. san jose came in 30 of the pancreas cities. the city that is the least angry is burlington vermont. this is how they did it. aggravated assaults by capita. people but with high blood pressure, traffic, and the anchor management specialist.
>> mark: other stories the buddha sitting in civic center is being dismantled today. 27 ft. tall and 15 tents made of copper and steel. the buddha was made by an artist in china and was brought here last spring. it is leaving because its lease from the chinese government is over. we will be back in two minutes as the news continues until 11:00 a.m., we catch a break in between storms. ♪ [ male announcer ] not all steel is created equal. not all manufacturing processes are created equal. not all engineering standards are created equal. which is why not all luxury vehicles are created equal. the hard way means never taking short cuts. the hard way is how lexus inspires absolute confidence.
house, you cut back on which can afford to focus on what you can't do without. that is what we have done for this year's budget. when i took office, the deficit in half by the end of my first term. our budget meets that pledge, but as owhich is on a path to spend what we make. it freezes domestic spending over the next five years. cutting the deficit by more than four trillion dollars or the next decade, bringing annual domestic spending to its lowest share of the economy since dwight eisenhower. some of the savings come due leslie's, more efficiency. one example, billions of dollars will be saved by getting rid of 14,000 office buildings, lots, a government-owned properties that we
need. special interest that are no longer needed by vero bills that contain air marks. even though we cut ways to end in efficiency it requires us to make taft races. freezing the sarah reese of hard-working employees for the next two years. cutting things i care but deeply white community action programs for low- income communities, some conservation programs scaled back. these are programs that would not be cut if you're in a better situation. but we're not. we also know that cutting annual domestic spending alone will not be enough to meet our fiscal challenges. that's what the bipartisan physical commission concluded. that is what i concluded. sweaty clothes to tackle it wherever i find it. domestic spending,
health care, spending that is embedded in the tax code. some of this spending that we began to tackle in this budget, a lot of the billion dollars that secretary dee identified in defense cuts. to get where we need to go we have to do more. healthcare has to go further, including medicaid which is the single biggest contributor to our long-term deficits. we should strengthen social security for future generations. do that without slashing benefits. i am willing to work with everybody on capitol hill to simplify the individual tax code for all americans. all of these steps are going to be difficult. that's why there are democrats, independents, republicans to work together. recognize that there's plenty of arguments in the months to
come, everyone has to give a little, when it comes to difficult traces about our budget, prerelease we have found common ground before. ronald reagan came together with a tip o'neill to save social security. many democrats and republicans in congress today came together in december to pass a tax cut that has made americans paychecks a little bigger this year. so i believe, we can find common ground that we have to work. we owe the american people the government that lives within its means well still investing in our future. in areas like education, innovation, infrastructure. that is the principles that should deride this debate in the coming months. i believe that's how america will win the future. with
that, let me take some questions. >> to by mr. president even talking a lot about the need for tough choices, your plan does not address the long-term crushing cost of social security, medicare, medicaid the real drivers of long-term debt. where's your leadership on that issue? when will we see your plan? and on the farm front, the uprising egypt has helped cause protests in other countries, i am wondering how you balance your perch for freedoms against the instability that could endanger u.s. interests? >> on the budget, what my budget does is to put forward temptressetough choiceso that by the middle of this decade our annual spending will match our revenues. we
will not be adding more to the debt. to use an analogy that families are familiar with, we don't run up the credit card anymore. that is important. that is for to do. but it is necessary to do, i think the american people understand that. at the same time, we'll make some key investments of places like education, science and technology, research and development. the american people understand that is required to win the future. we have taken this double to the discretionary budget rather than an the study. machete. thay accounts for about 12 percent of our budget, we have a lot of other stuff that we have to do. you talked about social
security, medicare, medicaid. the truth is social security is not a huge contributor but the other into art. i am confident we can get social security done. in the same way that ronald reagan was able to get it done, but parties coming together, modest adjustments. i think we can avoid slashing benefits. i think he committed stable, stronger and for not only this generation but the next. medicare, medicaid are huge problems. health-care costs are rising. what i have said, i am prepared to work with democrats and republicans to start dealing with that any serious way. we have made a down payment on that with health care reform. that is part of what it was about. the projected deficits are going to be about to it and $50 billion lower over the next 10 years. a trillion dollars
lower than it would've been if we had not done it for the following decade. we still have to do more. what i said, if you look at the history of how these deals done, typically is not because there is an obama plan out there. is because democrats, republicans are committed to tackling this issue in a serious way. we have done is we've been very specific in terms of how to stabilize discretionary budget, make sure not adding additional debt by 2015. and then together, democrats, republicans to tackle these long-term problems. in a way that i think will ensure fiscal health et same time ensure the were making investments in the future. we will be in discussions
over the next several months. this is free to be a negotiation process. >> mark: you're listening live to president obama discussing his budget plan. the president is saying that his plan puts the country on a path to pay for what it spends. by the middle of the decade. republicans vowing to pass their own budget with deeper cuts. will follow the latest and your back.the right back.
>> darya: we joined president jerry >> the president. >> we had sent a strong message to our allies in the region saying let's let it eat this example, as opposed to other examples. i find it ironic, you have the irony and routine pretending to celebrate what happened in egypt. when in fact they have acted in direct contrast to what happened in egypt by gunning down in beating the people who are trying to express themselves peacefully in iran. i also think that an important lesson that i mentioned last week that we can draw from this society. it is not to
happen because of terrorism. it not happen because to go around killing innocents. it will happen because people come together. in a private moral force to the situation. that's what garner's international support and internal support. and lasting change. >> thank you, and mr. presidenmet prwhat concerns you have about instability especially in saudi arabia? as the demonstrations spread, do you foresee any affect on oil prices? and i ran can you contest about the unrest there? there
was criticism that you did not speaking out strongly enough about the demonstrations in i roran? >> first on iran we were clear then, in your clear now, what has been true in egypt should be to bear. people should be able to express their opinions and their grievances, seek a warm, responsive government. what has been different is the government's response in iran, which is to shoot, become an arrest people.beat, ae is that we will continue to see the people of iran, have the courage to express their yearning for greater
freedoms. and a more representative government. understanding that america cannot ultimately dictate what happens there. anymore than we could in egypt. ultimately these are sovereign countriesovereign cout have to find their own way. we can then support for those were seeking a better life. obviously we're concerned, each country is different. the message that we have sent even before the demonstrations in egypt, has been to friend and foe alike, the world is changing. you have a young, vibrant generation, within the middle east, looking for greater of opportunity. if you are curbing these
countries you to get out ahead of change, you cannot be behind the curve. so, i think the thing that will largely achieved stability is if in people, ordinary folks, fill their pathways for them to feed their families come and get a job, education aspire to a better life. the more steps these governments are taking to provide these avenues, formability an opportunity the more stable these countries are. these garments in any society have to be set in this particular area where people can communicate not just
through some suntrust government or state ran tv they can get on the smart phone, twitter, mobilize hundreds of thousands of people. my belief is as a consequence of what happening in egypt, a government in that region are starting to understand this. my hope is that they can operate in a way this is responsive to his hunger for change and always do so in a way that doesn't lead to violence. >> to by mr. president. let me get my glasses to read these. >> that is a, bad sign. (laughter) >> you said this would that
add to the credit card, not but the promise or a budget expert, if you could just explain to me how you can say that, when you look on page 1-71 which ensure you have read. the deficits go from 1.1 trillion debt to 768, and then they creep up again by 2021 its at 771 billion. the total for those 10 years the total debt is 7.2 trillion dollars. that he say there were living within our means? >> let me be clear and when i'm saying, i am not suggesting that we don't have to do more. we still have all this accumulated debt, as a consequence of the recession, a series of decisions that were made over the last decade. we
have racked up a whole bunch of debt. there's a lot of interest on that debt. in the same way that if your credit card and you get a big balance, he may noyou may ne adding to principle we still have all that interested you have to pay. we have a big problem in terms of the accumulated interest. that's why we have to whittle down further the debt that has been accumulated. that's problem number one. problem #2 is rising health-care costs. programs like medicaid, medicare was to pass this decade are going to start zooming up again. as a response to publishing getting older and health care costs. you have those two big problems. what we have done is to try and take this in stages, of our
discretionary budget. to make sure that whenever we are spending on an annual basis, we're also taking in a similar amount. that is that the one. september 2ndstep number 2 is how to make sure we are willing down the debt. that requires an entitlement reform, tax reform. in order to accomplish those two things, we have to have cooperation between democrats and republicans. i think that's possible. i think that's a the american people are looking for. what i think is important is not to discount the tough choices that are required to stabilize the situation. it is insolvent but it does stabilize it. if
the king get that done, that starts introducing this concept of us being able to in this series with corporate to meet those challenges it laid the predicate for us being able to solve some of these big problems where the course of the next couple of years. so, again i his centerpiece just want to repeate first up is to stabilize, step is to make sure we're taking on some of these long-term. we have to get control of a short-term burst. the bush going to elecpeople going to be looking at us. this trees is mimicking are serious >
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>> james: welcome back to the kron 4 news. storm tracker 4 assuring itself up near fairfield, santa rosa most vivid stain towards ukiah. maureen's in your evening commute.more rain in yo commutes. the showers are hanging offense next week more details coming up. >> george: rough can you coming this afternoon, but this morning we are free of hot spots. quick break, kron4 morning news will be read back.right abback. [ female announcer ] for a limited time, get sizzler's
not rule in intel are ride home. >> mark: after waiting more than 50 years for bart in the south bay, we're getting some money from the government. they're recommending that the project gets 130 million dollars. it is a drop in a bucket for the 10 mi. extension expected to cause within $2.3 million. supporters in commuters say it's a good start. >> will: for many commuters other than driving themselves, a cut tree is the option they have to go. these days to of training is in some serious problems. that is why many people say they cannot wait for bart to come into san is a. >> ill make life easier. i can go, get to where i need to be. it is as simple as
that. >> will: i was there ever a time when u.s. it was available? speak-e yes. one of the first times we came up here we wanted to go to san francisco for new year's. we're driving napa and do we do countering? apart? ultimately we had to drive. >> will: supporters say their project is started but they do not know when it will be done. at least with this federal recommendation they've cleared a hurdle. >> darya: a local city council is hoping to help find for prisoners of place to live when they get out. berkeley city council members are meeting to vote on the resolution that would resettle former prisoners. if it passes berkeley will become the
third city in the united states, first in california to do that. mt. diablo unified school district is meeting today to talk about they voted to shut down to schools.the two scho about itsoo bel closools voted to be closed >> mark: barry bonds' lawyers are asking u.s. district judge susan illston to block prosecution witnesses from testifying that he was allegedly "abusive and disrespectful" to others while he was reportedly on steroids. the proposed testimony from two former employees and an ex- girlfriend, kimberly bell, the defense said, would be "replete with personal invective, rumor and speculation" and wouldn't scientifically prove bonds took steroids. bonds will go on trial on march 21 on charges of lying to a grand jury in 2003 when he said he never knowingly took steroids and that his trainer, greg anderson, never gave him injections. prosecutors want to show that bonds' anger was a side. >> james: not a lot of
wrangling now, and the shot of the golden gate bridge, but the pavement is beginning to dry out. headlines, late morning rain, i can show you that. you can see it building, heavier go this afternoon more widespread the gusty winds are expected to last today. what a lot of rain to the north bay, that is headed our way. it will take awhile to get here. will see rain falling in their immediate area up by fairfield, light storm moving through. not a lot in terms of accumulation. over time we will see much more on the ground. future cast shows the heavier band of rain moving our way. as a moves through, you'll see by 4:00 p.m., reagan temper the afternoon commute we will get more rain across san francisco. san fis seeing
heavier rain. by the and there, moving into 8:00 p.m.. heavier rain moving through at 8:00 p.m. towards 9:00 p.m.. overnight tonight, a lot of rain comes down breaking up, resetting continuing this thing much more to morning. when the activity. temperatures rain now mild, low 50s for much of the bay area. 53 san francisco, 53 oakland. this afternoon temperatures not warming up much. still in the fifties. 59 concord, 61 oakland. 60 degrees or for every other location. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. palo the rain last? as bird as we can see.far out as we can see. now,
here is a look at the traffic. >> george: we've made it quite fair in this commute with any hot spots things continue to heat pop on interstate 6820. we looked up up in a bit first bridge check, your ride to the bay bridge, we can now see the end of the backed up once again from the middle of the east parking lot. this is a free ride to the bay bridge. san mateo, could one all morning long, steady here leading across the span a small back up on the approach to the toll plaza, no major delays through hayward, and golden gate, still problem free, some of the heaviest volume since bound across the span. tracking the right and interstate 80 this is their right coming down to the s
cares. albany of leading towards the off ramp, golden gate fields like this, the traffic is still moving very food smoothly not stopping growth is slowing go with that to be expected. this is the peak of the commute the drive times is 17-18 minutes from hercules to berkeley. darya >> darya: : kelly isn't egypt, and have asked the united states to freeze the assets of 75 officials. the former president has become a missing person. he's finished, hasn't been heard from since his resignation we have said he was at resort city of redwood city. his where veteran known. the new documents will be temporary into a democratic rule is established. the
continued to inspire anti- government protests. in yemen protesters are demanding the ouster of their present police are using tear gas against tens of thousands of protestors their >> mark: . we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. a live look can san francisco, it is the crucial slender, the one that was disabled cruise sh program completed and the cruise ship gets ready to depart. ♪
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called there to this building last night, the walls are standing but their concerns about the sturdiness. they met with the engineers to examine one of the walls this leaning without the support the roof. the building has been vacant since 2006 there trying to decide if they need to get it down for everyone's safety. a judge on monday ordered two young men to stand trial on murder charges for the beating death of a 59-year-old san francisco man in downtown oakland last year, rejecting a defense lawyer's claim that the older man was partly to blame for the incident. at the end of a preliminary hearing that spanned four days, alameda county superior court judge joan cartwright said, "i don't see any self-defense," on the part of lavonte drummer, 19, and dominic davis, 18, in inflicting the blows that killed tian sheng yu. yu, a home health care worker, died five days after he was punched and knocked to the ground in the 1800 block of telegraph avenue, near the fox theater, around 3 p.m. on april 16, 2010. yu and his son, 27-year-old jin cheng yu, had driven to oakland to go to a pawn shop. drummer and davis, who are being held without bail, are scheduled to return to court on march 1 to have a trial date set. >> mark: a berkeley police officer is recovering after
his patrol car was struck by another car running from police. police officers of a honda accord speeding across the oakland-berkeley border. that is when a police surgeon tried to stop the car, the driver fled, hitting a patrol car on its passenger side. the driver was treated at a hospital, taken into custody. police are looking for two men who robbed and america's best value in four as giving the cash. into the front office of this in on north texas street yesterday afternoon police say there are under handguns, to employees or what in the bathroom, the men left with an undisclosed amount of money. there is no vehicle seemed leaving.n leavin >> darya: a live look at side of the golden gate bridge, that gives you a hint of what to expect things are dark.
>> darya: 8:45 a.m. connolly one to focus the weather and thi wanted to focus on the weather and traffic. >> james: don't live with this setting no fool you, there's a whole lot not falling rain now. there's a bigger batch of rain sitting north of this camera shot. it will slide down throughout the day. mainly this afternoon noon-4 a clock. this evening it will really start to pour. noon, when the rain north of petaluma. as the events the clock, for clock, you can see it spread to the north bay. starting to approach into the east bay as well.
as we continue to work to the clock, 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m. signifying more moderate, heavy rainfall. everyone will get out before the evening is done. by 9:00 p.m. to heavy cell. we will follow this pattern into the evening. . we have an animation showing you the same period of time , 5:00 p.m. you can see the totals and the north bay getting up to three-quarters of an inch. look it that, if we advance the clock by 9:00, it midnight most of the rain and accumulates in the north bay. everyone else is sitting under an inch. it will be wet. he will deal with it on the way home. mid-low 50s. 54 concord, if
this afternoon warming up. 50 degrees richmond, 57 san francisco. 56 san rafael. '60s everywhere else. oakland to 61, here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. this pattern continues throughout the rest of the week rain off and on again throughout the rest of the week. temperatures will be cold especially over night. in lin loves dancing around freezing. again, for the weekend as well. be concerned about the wind, when the advisers possible. >> george: thank you, no wind advisories for the san francisco bay area bridges. that is kidneys. light traffic here at the bay bridge, of your let me know that what conditions having
great they have been pretty sluggish on the upper deck of the bay bridge. instead of holding up the traffic at the toll plaza it has been a little slower across the span. free of hot spots, so far this morning now it's an easy ride. 101 through marin county, no problems. a little sluggish at the toll plaza. looking at the south , 680, into walnut creek it did not really back up today as badly as it has on other days. we kept expecting this to be a hot spot but it has not as likely radar tonight to see conditions improve.
>> mark: thank you, and others during the carnival slender, i remember this true ship? it blew an engine, of losing power, 4000 people were stuck and shook with no hot food, service, television. it looks like the work is done. yoli as i. >> reporter: you can see some of the crewmembers polishing off and get ready when they go along beach to pick up the passengers. because nafta passed the glutenous, an act to make sure there's no leaks. when they had to repair, that the cut a hole in the hole, get to the engine room. that is still that up, repaired, make sure everything is sealed before they take off
down to a long speech.each. >> darya: colonies the university campuses where it to give priority to local students. the very to lawmakers to guarantee their right of all local students to enroll. this year san diego state and the first of 22 campuses to turn away qualified local students in favor evidence to support better. more than 150 school districts are meeting and then refer to as an education summit. obama administration says its all watershed moment for the school improvement moment. it is billed as the first large effort for school labor to talk above its achievements. already there are cracks in this get together. the nation's largest school district near
city and washington d.c. van but pulled out. >> mark: vallejo was just named one of the gang cities by newsweek, this comes and use of force magazine who landed the ninth most miserable city in the new states. the top five, new orleans, vallejo, rochester, a lead in cleveland. the menacing the list is wrong velella's population is still growing news beat this thing the list was based on the most recent census data that shows it is one of the and safest population declines. >> darya: from the dying to the angriest of a checked out his list of the pancreasin various cities, which roll was on top. the most incre,
detroit, baltimore, senior producer, the biggest. santa as there was no. 5. police in this city is a burlington, vermont. how do they figure this? they like the number of assaults per capita, high blood pressure, the amount of time you spent in traffic, and everett and your management specialists. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. don't be mad, we will be right up. all live look it san francisco, we will have rain but not until this afternoon.
in san francisco, will be assembled today. it has three heads, six arms, the data was made bed chinese artist brought to san francisco last spring its one-year lease from the government is over. >> darya: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. a live look at that it san jose, traffic is moving. it is all a little slow, the camera and shaking little bit. we're waiting for the rain to start. [ man ] i was deciding what to do
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issues about the budget. he covered a variety of issues from the protests what's happening in egypt as the unrest and the middle east continues. we have been watching that from last hour we'll bring you sound bites coming up. >> darya: the big story here in the bay, the weather, you can see it's cloudy, which you can tell unless you're a meteorologist is the rain is on the way it will be a really heavy downpour today. >> louisa: a problem doesn't feel like the big story, it's a joke, morning, you can certainly notice the cloud cover is just ahead of the system just about to bring us some showers. this morning we're starting off with some rain up into the north bay by the late morning hours. spreading south for it, becoming more widespread, the evening is really starting to intensify
gusty winds expected. let's review of what the radar, you can see it starting to move down into portions of center rosa. just a few sprinkles through vallejo, vacaville. by noon, most moisture to the north bay starting to spread south. thus did sustain drives to the south bayyou can see this ad bringing in some heavy downpours. you will certainly hear that rain, feel the wind whipping a ring around as well. widespread rain is expected to continue in the overnight and early morning hours on wednesday. rainfall totals, 5:00, the temerity get an up to three-quarters of an inch of rain in places like santa rosa. 9:00 half an inch san
francisco. by the time that the wraps up we could see more than an inch in santa rosa, novato, napa. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. to date on high to get to 60 degrees, wet, windy in to tomorrow. rain continuing into the end of your work week. chance of showers saturday, sunday, 20 percent chance of rain by the weekend. time may now is 90 2:00 a.m.. >> erica: enjoying a great commute around the bay area, nothing in the way of hotspot still little slow at the bay bridge toll plaza westbound 80 cars are shuffling be clear that the backed up on the over cross. this back up now pass your broker, who is the leading lights are still on, pretty the group to " drive time 14 minutes from the foot of the mes into san francisco. san
mateo bridge, it easy commute although it is little windy traffic is moving westbound towards foster city, golden gate nice, light you have not had any problems aside from pavementhe early morning hours. drive time of 28 minutes of novato and to city limits. another camera, northbound- 101 still a little sluggish. the good news is, we're clearing at the backed up from the parkway but drive times looked pretty typical. mike? >> mark: thank you, after waiting more than 50 years to get are in the south bay and looks like it may be getting closer. the government is recommending they said 13 8 millio are recomg sending 130 million dollars.
>> will: from many commuters and other than driving to the cells themselves country and is the option. these days is some serious financial problems love is when many people saying they cannot wait for bart to possibly come to san jose. >> it will make life easier, and go in the direction i want to go. i can get to where i need to be. it is as simple as that. >> will: has there ever been a time when you wished bart was available? >> at c one of the first times we came up nearly one it's a good to san francisco for new year's, we were driving up, do we do to help train, burt? ultimately we had to drive all the way to get on it. >> will: supporters admit
they do not know when it will begin, how long it will last. they say with this recommendation at least they have cleared a major hurdle. san jose, will trent, kron4 news. >> darya: democratic lawmakers are showing just how widespread the balance is. if voters genetics than tax hikes to help close the deficit. lawmakers say california would end classifies reduction efforts, reduce or firefighting and and support for safety programs. if the voters do not approve the extension and they will be voted on the ballot, these cuts could be implemented in addition to 12 1/2 billion dollars in cuts proposed by brown. >> mark: has restarted the error president barack obama is in the 2012 budget will force the government to live within its means. also investing in the future the
president told the news conference the 3.3 trillion dollar budget will help meet his goal of cutting the deficit in half. but accomplishing these goals all parties need to come together. >> all of these steps are going to be difficult. that is why all of them or for democrats, independents and republicans to work together. i recognize there clear arguments for the months to come. everyone is content to give a little when it comes a different dress is a better budget we have and coming kron4. >> mark: they're calling for deeper cuts saying that when a budget for next year . >> darya: president obama is making appearances in the bay area to meet with technology leaders this is according to the chronicle, the president will be here on thursday meeting with business leaders, technology, innovation. we
>> daryamark: united states has been how speech to sei frees some of the egyptian officials big accounts. the egyptian president has all but vanished rolling his principles and when on friday. one possible location is the resort city of redwood city. appointed by the ruling military to amend the constitution says the new document will be
temporary until diplomatic role has been established. i ran, protests are going on. lawmakers are calling for a trial in death for the country's opposition leaders. the call comes a day after clashes left it least one person dead, dozens injured. tens of thousands turned out for this rally. it was the first major show of strength from their opposition in more than a year. >> protestors in yemen are scuffling with police as they march in the capital for the 67 they these demonstrators what reforms, and they want their u.s. online president out. secretary of state will make a major policy address this morning she is going to warn or pests of states that curbs on internet freedom will not hold back demands for reform. there is no
application for ending, and repression. she's pledging u.s. support for several dissidents. >> mark: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. we arching storm tracker 4 a, you can see a few scattered showers. a few shares north of st. helena. heavier rain to the north, heavy rain expected to tonight.
>> darya: stocks are falling in trading as the government has reported some surprising weak sales numbers. the dow was down 45, nasdaq of, let's get to those numbers. retail sales are up for seven straight month there the week showing since june. the rows 0.3% with demand rising at department stores, electronics stores and auto dealerships that increase was just half of what economists expected. we came
during a month when winter weather was blasting much of the country. >> mark: home depot is hiring 60,000 workers for the home depot rash. they want to do the hiring this month and next, in there now. also adding new full- time and part-time positions. >> darya: here's a look at i b data were in now, san francisco on the left, san mateo on the right how long will we remain dry? >> louisa: we're keeping our eyes to the north, that's for the rain is coming from already starting to pick up a few raindrops. you can see radon to some portions of rain country seeing a few showers them to vacaville. by noon, the best chance of rain continues up to the north bay as we head towards the evening commute we have a better chance of being
somewhat weather to the peninsula, south were the best chance down to san jose, few. 5:00, intensity picks up continued to increase into the evening. 8:00, watch this organized band of heavier rain coming down. we will certainly hear the rain coming down, the wind whipping around it will be another wet, windy evening continuing over to your wednesday we do have the wind advisory especially for the delta. ritter and 10:00 listing until 6:00, strong winds from the south. guusts to 45. current temperatures, fairly mild. 53 san francisco, 54 oakland. santa rosa, 53.
upper 50s, low 60s. 57 santa rosa 58 novato coming east bay bringing our temperatures into low 60s same for the south bay. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. more wet weather tomorrow it does not let up through their work week a break here and there each day keeping their rain chant in there by saturday, they lessen the chance of rain, still calling it a slight chance of showers through the weekend into your monday. erica? >> erica: no hot spots, the slow traffic is clearing up pretty nicely you can see lots more shuffling and barely a backup. this package is a little bit slow past the first crossing, the meeting lights are still on, overall pretty good conditions westbound. bridge check, san mateo looks good. although it's a little windy just past the toll plaza traffic is nice, light accident, it's been
freed from throughout the morning same story for the golden gate, your red of marin, nice, light. southbound, and other camera 600 teetering on the edge of a hot spot. certainly not the case. lots of space, no problems. if you're heading towards westbound-24 clear shot. >> mark: ? thank you, the council is helping to find prisoners a place to live after being released. it would resettle clear detainees from prison. it would allow a few of the prisoners to live in berkeley once they leave guantanamo bay. berkeley will become the third city in the united states the first in california to live in u.s. cities. the school district mantilla those
expected to reach a meeting today. last week devoted to shut down to address a $1.5 million budget shortfall. somewhat both expected to close at the end of the school year. >> darya: the carnival, s when there is heading for a long beach. this is the cruise liner that loss of power, air conditioning, telephone, hot food. they were miserable for a few days before being rescued then this thing had to be called to san francisco to be fixed yoli is there live. they think that it's ready to roll? >> reporter: they say it's ready to roll, they do have to do elastase to make sure it looks ok. some of the repairs they had to lift it out of the water, dry dock, cut a hole in the ship so they can get to the engine
room and replace that engine. so, they have to make sure that sealed. they will take this into the middle of the bay major votes, no leaks then they can go to long beach and pick up those passengers. >> darya: you say this thing looks like a giant building. when we were looking at it before the sun came up you could peaking in a little better off asking you see much now? >> reporter: know, you can see a letter crewmembers working i've also heard their announcement system working. making an announcement to the group calling people to certain decks. you can see them really preparing the ticket manager of the fact it was done dry dock, there was damage to encourage bids, interiors when the air- conditioner is got turned off. so, they took advantage of that, they replace all of those items. carpets,
upholstery and that sort of stuff. when passengers get on the ship, it will almost be like a brand new ship. revenue in terror, bring in new engine, brand new generators. it should be good to go. > >> mark: the city of pittsburgh once san francisco's trash. the proposed bringing in the trash by berge and then hauling it to the landfill san francisco sends up to 500 million t of garbage to a landfill in the ultimate pass. that contract is set to expire. this work could make $1 million a year if they win the contract. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. watching conditions in this year, snow showers with a live look here 80, when a storm warning with a lot more snow expected tonight.
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more wet and windy weather in this ninth, the futuristic, a slight chance of rain, showers and and for the weekend be returned to a somewhat drier pattern next week. >> darya: alerces the parents of a man then knocks of american students convicted of murder in italy has been ordered to stand trial for alleging that the italian police abuse of their daughter. heard an adult male s were indicted today in. g l for liable. police have denied harming their daughter, a family representative says no comment. italian premier is going to stand trial on charges that he paid for sex with a 17 year-old moroccan girl. ed judge indicted him today, trial april 6th. in the global denied wrongdoing. this is the
first time this 74 year-old billionaire is being tried for personal conduct. >> mark: an ecuadorian judge yesterday ordered chevron to pay $8.6 billion to clean up oil pollution in the country's rain forest, in what is suspected to be the largest environmental fine in history. if the company doesn't publicly apologize in the next 15 days, the judge ruled, the fine will double. they say texaco caused environmental damage . chevron inherited the case when it bought texaco in 2001. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. and live look here to san jose, drain and traffic is still slow. 55 renown in san jose high near 60.
see the rain is trent the bay bridge, golden gate we have a lot of rain on the way louisa is tracking that. >> for now, as we head into the latter part a will be a very different picture downtown san francisco, all that clout coverage just ahead of a system driving in from the north starting off in the north bay, more widespread, heavy through the late afternoon in the evening you notice the intensity piquet. gusty winds are expected, radar give you an idea of where the current rain is to the north, portions of santa rosa have been to the appeals for the area napa, a few raindrops in through wine country and vacaville. noon, that's when we get more in the way of rain. spreading south words. by your evening commute a good chance you could get rain done. better chance of dryness to the seventh thing we will up the intensity as
we head into the evening. 8:00, organized band comes together bringing heavy downpours. we continue with heavy rain driven through the evening hours in the early morning wednesday widespread rain expected to continue we have a winded 53 from 10-to clark 2:00 a.m.. the strongest of those wins to the late afternoon, your current temperatures on the warm side. once at all morning sting into the 50s, 53 santa rosa same for san francisco mountain view 55, high set to 60 degrees and some of the warmer spots like, oh weather continues thursday, friday. slate chance at showers, less of a chance for saturday, sunday, monday. >> erica: thank you, still
tracking progress at the bridge to the bay bridge, it is still little slow but we can certainly begin to see the end of the back up. e d zero is cleared out. a leading lights are on. if your exiting of the off ramp teacher island we do have reports of an accident, traffic is a bit slow. bridge jet, westbound, east bound 92 look good. nice, light conditions in both directions not tracking any back up at the toll plaza next at your ride to the golden gate cells found 101 problem free and has been all morning long drive time 27 minutes out of novato into city limits quickly picking up another camera be sure freeway's cleared of nice, light conditions. >> darya: thank you, the
federal transit and ministration has recommended hundred and $30 million in funds to bring bart to san jose. that means construction could begin next year. the funds still have to clear the republicans were promising to cut billions of of the transportation budget. the extension is expected to be open in 2018. caltrans is in desperate need of money if they don't find some soon they will have huge cuts affecting writers. the facing a $30 million budget shortfall. they're proposing cutting half of train service and cutting edge out seven stations. riders are not happy with the prospect. >> if you make the cut to thinking of making i think it's a devastating to users. >> at our has financially the means to buy a car. >> what are your responses
when the stations get rid of allies. >> many people work beyond 630. dave will be able to go to their jabs unless they find another source of transportation. >> not having an option if you miss that less train your stranded 55 mi. from home it will hurt. >> darya: most riders say the be willing to pay higher fees if >> mark: state legislative office urged them to take steps to guarantee the right of all qualified students to enroll in their local campus. this year it became the first state to turn off way qualified local students in favor of more qualified students from levittown. >> daryam out of town. >> darya: we will be right
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>> mark: welcome back to the kron 4 news. will live look of the golden gate bridge, trying of before rain comes. santa rosa to the north, 54. we're looking for temperatures to climb into the afternoon then get ready for the rain. santa rosa will be the first to get the rain. >> darya: live to washington d.c. where he secretary of state hillary clinton is delivering a speech on internet freedom. >> we hail from every corner of their world under every form of government, subscribe to every system of beliefs. increasingly we are turning to the internet for important aspects of our lives. it has become the
public space of the 21st century. the world's town square, classroom, marketplace, pop videos. and nightclub. all 2 billion of us are shaped by what happens there. that presents a challenge. to maintain an internet that delivers the greatest possible benefits to the world's we need to have a serious conversation about the principles. what rules exist? and should not exist fresh mark and why? what behavior should be in paris, and discouraged and how? the goal is not to tell people how to use the internet than how to tell them how to use any public square. id whether it is carrier square or times square. these values derive from a variety of activities people can pursue. from holding a rally
to selling their vegetables to having a private conversation. these spaces provide an open platform, served as the internet. it does not serve any particular agenda and it never should. but the people around the world are going to come together every day on line, have a safe and productive experience in a shared vision we needed to guide us. one year ago, i offered a starting point for the vision, i called for in a global commitment to internet freedom. to protect human rights on line as you online. the rights of individuals to express their views freely, petition their leaders, who worship according to their beliefs. these lights are universal, whether they're exercised on they public square or on in a ditch or individual websiten individual website.
people are unlikely to come togethlikely to come together ia church or on line. the on line comprised what i call the freedom to connect, the united states supports this freedom for people everywhere. we call on other nations to do the same. because, we want people to have a chance to exercise this freedom. we want to support expanding the number of people have access to the internet. and because the internet were steely and reliably, we support the multi system that governs the and it today. in the years since my speech people have continued to use the internet to solve
problems and an explosive public corruption from the people in russia to checked while fares on-line and organizing of volunteer firefighting strides to the children we used facebook trouville abuse by their teachers. to the internet campaign santana that helps parents find the missing children. the internet continues to be restraint in many ways, intended the government censors content and redress search requests to our pages. independent news and burma have been taken down with the niledenial.e government in cuba is trying to carry it on national intranet will not allowing their citizens to access the global internet. and i ran the authorities
that block opposition in still identify the information about on people in order to hunt them down. these actions or flocks on landscape that is complex, combustible. and sure to become more so in the coming years. as billions of more people connected to the internet. the tourism made today will determine what the internet looks like in the future. businesses have to deduce whether and how to enter markets where internet freedom is limited. people have to choose how act on line. what information to share, which ideas to rise. how the voice them. governments have to choose, to live up to their commitments to protect free expression, assembly, association. the united states the trees is clear,
we place ourselves on the side of openness. we recognize that an open internet comes with challenges. it calls for ground rules. the internet freedom raises tensions like all freedoms do. we believe the benefits exceed the cost. today, i would like to discuss several of the challenges we must confront as we seek to protect and defend every end of an internet. i am the first stage, neither i nor the united states government has all the answers. were nurturing of the questions. we are committed to asking the questions to having the conversation, defending not just universal principles but the interest of our people and our partners. the first challenge is
achieving liberty and security. they're often presented as equal and opposite, the more you have one, the less you have of the other. in fact, i believe the major other possible. without security, liberty is fragile without liberty security is oppressive. the challenge is finding the proper measure. another security to enable our free in the not so much for so little to endanger them. finding the proper measure for the internet is critical because of qualities that make the internet by force for unprecedented progress. is levelling effect, its reach, >> also unable wrongdoing on an unprecedented scale. terrorists, extremists use the internet to run a to a tax and group members. check
out pornographer's use the internet to exploit children. hackers breaking into financial institutions cell phone networks and personal e-mail accounts. we need successful strategies for combating these are facts and more. without constricting the open is that is the next greatest attributes. united states is aggressively tracking and deterring criminals and terrorists on line. we are investing in cyber security to prevent some terrorist incidents and lessen the impact. >> darya: they're talking about the efforts of united states and the feelings of the united states as relates to internet freedom and around the world. in the wake of various countries slipping down on the internet especially during the uprisings that we see. for example, egypt. he's addressing that live in washington. we will be right
>> mark: welcome back to the kron 4 news. president barack obama holding at conference at the y s he touched on a wide range of issues from his blood will see in egypt. >> reporter: in his first extended press conference since december the president appeared before the west pressboard. >> louisa: will not run up the credit for it anymore. >> reporter: the face time comes one day after releasing the budget. >> i recognize there will be arguments in the months to come, everyone is going to have to give a little better. when it comes to difficult prices about our budget, priorities we have found common ground before. >> reporter: republicans
say it costs too much, democrats say it doesn't take care of the nation's court. the president addressed the escalating violence in iran, they're calling for the execution of leaders are in sitting demonstrations. >> i find it ironic that you have the machine iiranian missin christin for tending to celebcen egypt when the gun down people were doing the same in their country. >> darya: a live look as we monitor the changing weather. mount tam is coming up. kimba moon >> louisa: the trees are
starting to blow in mount tam. notice all of the wet weather sting to the north, picking up a few sprinkles into places like hills are, coverdale, vacaville. will looks like by nicholas seymour in a way of wet weather, by year evening commute and into the late hours showers and on the peninsula continues to sag southward, in a clock watch it kind of gather a bit of strength. heavier downpours into the evening the wind is really whipping around by the midnight, widespread showers continuing when the advisory in effect in the next eight minutes or so. southerly winds getting up to 30 mi. an hour. those
strong dust are expected to kiss and by the late afternoon. sierra, unless that the roadways along 80, 50. expecting one-2 ft. of snow. two-4 ft. above 7000. great news for the ski resorts. dublin that the best is if you're heading in that direction. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. more wet weather, when the expected tomorrow. slate chance by saturday. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments.
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>> darya: this culture is 27 ft. tall, in his three hands, six sons. that bid was made by chinese artists, it brought to san francisco last spring. it is leaving because it's a one-year lease from the chinese government. >> mark: as we get a break, a quick check of storm tracker 4, the rain has been slowly dropping as we are waiting for the start to drop in food back into minutes. the kron 4 morning news continues until leaven we will be right back..
>> james: 22 and president barack obama talks about his budget. after years of trying to get are down to the south bay a big boost for the transit agency. we will explain. the rain is here tuesday for a while. storm tracker for shows more rain coming. >> louisa: the .com before the storm appeared we can see the bulk of the rain to the north and was picking up sprinkle spiri. by noontime we will watce better chance of rain in the north bay, moving south. by year evening commute it will be different picture. some rain expected to be more widespread as we head towards the evening hours and pick up in intensity this is heavy rain coming
through 9:00 p.m. hour, the heavy rain, a strong wind accompanied with that as well. your early morning hours wednesday we will continue to see fairly active with the route there.active weather out there.e gust will reach 40 mi. an hour and the strongest ones moving in towards the late afternoon. winter storm warning in the sierra. snow levels been in doubt to 4,000 ft.. we could give 4 ft. of snow in the higher elevations. we do expect light of conditions out there, roads can get messy. 7 day around the bay, rain continues thursday, friday, slight chance of showers saturday, sunday. 10:00 a.m., that check in for the morning commute. >> erica: slow down hot spot on
680. for car injury crash. it is blocking the left-hand lane. slow and go conditions tracking speeds as low as 17, miles an hour. other than that a pretty good morning around the bay area. bay bridge toll plaza a bit of weight in the cash lanes. traffic moving well from all three approaches. when to get to san francisco is of no problems at the 1 01-80 split. traffic is light. >> james: after waiting 50 years forbore to come to san jose, they are one step closer to seeing it happen. after
rejecting it for several years the government is recommending the project go forward. and could use hundred and 30 mi. million dollars. as will tran found out supporters and commuters say is a good start. >> will: for many commuters other than driving themselves, how train is the option to go heading into san francisco. these days cal train is in serious financial problems. that's why many people say they can't wait until dark comes into san jose. >> i can hop on art, and go in any direction i want to go. -- bart-- >> has there ever been a time i wish are always available? >> one of the first time we came
up here we wanted to go to san francisco for new year's. we were driving up, and we didn't know which way to go. ultimately we drove all the way to fremont just to get on. >> will: supporters cement they don't know when it will begin or how long it will take. they say with this recommendation at least they have cleared a major hurdle. san jose will tran kron 4 news. >> james: new details democratic lawmakers are showing how widespread cuts will be california if the legislature, or the voters don't extend tax hikes. they say california would and class size reduction efforts in kindergarten through third grade. also and support for public safety programs. if voters don't approve the extension, these cuts could very well be implemented. in addition
to 12 and a half billion dollars cuts proposed by jerry brown. president barack obama says the cuts will make united states live with what they have. it will help meet the goal of cutting the deficit in half by the end of his first term he says all parties need to come together. >> these will be difficult, all will required everyone to work together. i recognize there will be plenty of arguments in the months to come. everybody will have to give a little. when it comes to difficult choices about their priorities and budget, we have found common ground before. >> james: republicans want deeper cuts, a budget that shrinks the government from
before president barack obama took office. he will be coming to the bay area this week. the president will be here thursday for meetings with business leaders in technology and innovation, it is unclear if these meetings will be open to the public. this will be his first visit since october of last year. we will take a quick break much more straight ahead, a look outside mount tam. showing you the clouds, wind, rain.
vanished since last friday. a committee appointed by the military to amend the constitution says whenever new document they come up with will be temporary one. iranian lawmakers are calling for trials and deaths of opposition leaders feared it comes as the day after clashes between opposition protesters and security protesters leave one dead and dozens injured. that rally was the first show of strength from the opposition in more than a year. protesters in yemen are scuffling with police as thousands marched for five days of anti-government protest. they want the u.s. ally president to
>> louisa: welcome back to the kron 4 morning news, 10:13 a.m., the camera is whipping around. that breezes picking up. we expect to pick up wins over the next few hours and the rest of the day. rain making its way into the north bay. more widespread in the afternoon and evening hours. let's start off with your radar showing you that storm just turning to move south, picking up rain drops in
hillsboro, of fairfield, i-80. more wet weather by the afternoon. by noon time showers in the north bay, then moving south. your afternoon commute will be very different. we are seeing a very good chance of wet weather in your evening commute. by 8:00 p.m. this will pick up intensity. it will last through 9:00 p.m. as well, into the overnight hours and into wednesday morning. this will last a good checand a chunk of e day. at sfo winds are 60 mi. an hour, oakland 21, gusting up words 30 mi. an hour. donna los gatos 13 mi. adown in los gatos.
an hour. winds getting up to 30 mi. an hour, gusting 45. picking up in the late afternoon in the sierra we are getting snow fall out there. it could get past the up around the peaks as well 50 mi. an hour. plenty of snow falls today, current temperatures '50s by the afternoon we will warming up bin to the low 60s.into the 50s60s. >> erica: tracking improvement on 680, we were tracking and as a hot spot but not the case at this point. still slow as you approach 84, but overall good conditions. other than that no problems to contend with. 680
was on the verge of hot spot, but certainly didn't turn into one. we are slow in the northbound direction of 1 01, you can see the camera shaking, we have cleared out the slow traffic. the same story for all south bay freeways. james? >> james: new this morning the carnival cruise ship splendor leaving for long beach today. in november we were following that cruise ship power was knocked out, it was adrift at sea, they had no air conditioning, a telephone was out, no hot meals, 4000 people dealing with that. yoli has been keeping an eye on that situation out there. i suppose in alone that it
should start pulling out? >> reporter: later in the morning or early afternoon they will take it to the middle of the day. making sure it is leak proof. they did repairs at the bottom of the ship. that was the only way to get into the engine room. they lifted it out of the water completely. they put in a new engine, and to generators. they have sealed that up so it has to pass this last test. >> james: very good, they may have to do that in the rain. thank you very much yoli. another headline this morning. an ecuadorian judge yesterday ordered chevron to pay $8.6 billion to clean up oil pollution in the country's rain forest, in what is suspected to be the largest environmental fine in history. if the company doesn't publicly apologize in the next 15 days, the judge ruled, the fine will double. they say texaco caused environmental damage . chevron inherited the case when it bought texaco in 2001.
the parents of amanda knox, the american student convicted of murder in italy, have been ordered to stand trial for alleging that italian police abused their daughter. curt knox and edda mellas were indicted tuesday in perugia for libel. the charge stems from an interview they gave britain's sunday times years ago in which the father alleged that police had physically and verbally abused his daughter during questioning after meredith kercher's 2007. a knox family representative said they would have no comment. an italian judge on tuesday ordered premier silvio berlusconi to stand trial on charges he paid for sex with a 17-year-old moroccan girl, then tried to cover it up. berlusconi has stood trial on a number of business-related charges, but this is the first time the 74-year-old billionaire businessman is being tried for personal conduct. berlusconi has denied wrongdoing, accusing the prosecutors of seeking to oust him from power. judge cristina di censo handed down the indictment with a terse statement. the trial is to begin april 6, and will be heard by a panel of three judges, all of them women. city council wants
to find want domino bay prisoners a place to live. council members will vote on a resolution that will resettle cleared detainees. if it passes berkeley will become only the third city in the united states, the first in california to do so. unified school district will meet today to discuss details of pending school closures in concord, last week were reported they voted to shut down to schools. they are expected to close at the end of the school year. the city of pittsburgh once trekked san francisco's trash. they have proposed bring and trashed by barge and hauling it to lead felt youin. its bark1
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looking for. they say it did come one winter weather was blasting the country. checking them markets really quick. dow is -45.3 now appeare. home depos hiring, but it is seasonal work. they need 60,000 seasonal workers most retailers look for the holiday season for a big money-making. . from the " they look for spring. if you need a job, again application now. they say they are adding new permanent of times for the second year in a row. go to home depot they have kiosk break and apply. there's more reason to fill up on fiber now appeared a diet high i. a diet high and fir
could stop you from dying of heart attack. research now wonder if people who eat fiber are more healthy. a warning for parents after hundreds of thousands of safety seats were recalled. the are recalling 800,000 safety seats because they don't secure children tight enough. the recall includes infant, convertible seats. the makers are on your screen. on to support snooze and legal news. barry bonds' lawyers are asking u.s. district judge susan illston to block prosecution witnesses from testifying that he was allegedly "abusive and disrespectful" to others while he was reportedly on steroids. the proposed testimony from two former employees and an ex- girlfriend, kimberly bell, the
defense said, would be "replete with personal invective, rumor and speculation" and wouldn't scientifically prove bonds took steroids. bonds will go on trial on march 21 on charges of lying to a grand jury in 2003 when he said he never knowingly took steroids and that his trainer, greg anderson, never gave him injections. prosecutors want to show that bonds' anger was a side effect of steroids. his request to block testimony about his alleged anger was one of several final pretrial motions filed. the judge will hold a hearing on these motions on march 1. they will discuss tv coverage of michael jackson's doctor who faces charges of involuntary montmanslaughter. he has pleadet guilty. attorneys are scheduled to present names of witnesses. the trial will begin march 24th, it will last six weeks. developing story involving safeway the bay area company is building a new story in burlingame. not everybody is happy. dozens of union members are picketing in front of the
construction site. >> reporter: right now these union members don't like to save weight. ironically they would love to work for the company. >> let contractors have been employing people not paying proper wages or benefits. all the community is out of work when some of these jobs should be going to the community. >> reporter: as spectators walk the line and do their chance behind them the non local workers continued to build the new store. the union met specific is not breaking the law by not hiring them. they say there is the law, but also doing the right thing. >> the community should be hired before bringing in people from out of state. >> reporter: they plan to
protest in front of savoy's corporate headquarters. >> james: 10:28 a.m., we just got off the phone with the safeway spokesperson. they are saying the company put the project up for bid, ultimately decided on a company who could do it most caulks effective pricecost-effective price. theyd not go out of their way to not hire union members. we will be right back.
>> louisa: sort starting to look more ominous. the wind is picking up as well. there is a dark sky out there. north bay getting some rain drops. heavier through the later part of your day. starting off with your radar. the bulk of the rain is to the northwest, inching its way southward. a few raindrops right through hills burke also back the bill, hillsboro,. we cd pick up rain drops along the peninsula, best chance of staying dry san jose. we have an organized band by 8:00 p.m., by
90 and heavy downpours expected. we will continue with the wet whether it tomorrow. --9:00 p.m.--these are sustained winds 16 in sfo, into of fairfield, just expected to pick up in the afternoon. that's when the strong wind is expected. winds getting up to 30 mi. an hour gusting at 45. your highs today should jump in to 60 in the warmer spots. wet and windy weather for tomorrow. that rain continues through the work week and a slight chance of rain and the weekend. >> erica: are bridge check westbound towards a toll plaza, minor weight in a cash plane headed toward san francisco. the accident reported. meter lights
have just been cycled off. san mateo bridge nice and light conditions in both directions of '92. no back up at the top plaza.toll plaza. the golden gae bridge look at how light traffic is approaching san francisco. speeds are well above 60 mi. an hour. james? >> james: federal transit has recommended a hundred and $30 million in funds to bring bart to san jose. that means construction could begin next year. the funds still have to clear the republicans who promised to slash billions out of barack obama is a budget. it is expected to be open in 2018.
cal train is in desperate need of money. if they don't get it soon it could have an impact on riders. they are facing a $30 million shortfall. they propose closing seven stations and cutting trains. the worst-case scenario they will only see trains through the work week. >> if you make the cut you are thinking of making it would be devastating. >> i don't have the means to buy a car. >> what will your response be when these abandoned station are vandalized.? >> if late trains are cut they can't go to their jobs. >> if you're stranded 55 mi. from home and your last will you miss the last train it will hurt. >> james: most people said they
would pay higher fares than the 255 increase currently being proposed. in a report released monday, the legislative analyst urged lawmakers to take steps - through state law or by amending the advisory master plan for higher education - to ensure that qualified local students aren't turned away from their local campus. csu has been forced in recent years to limit enrollment as campus budgets have shrunk, even as applicants and demand for popular majors have increased. the most common approach has been to hold nonlocal applicants to a higher academic standard for enrollment than local applicants. this approach is used at 15 popular csu campuses, including san francisco state and san jose state. a berkeley police officer is recovering after his car was struck by another car running from the police. they saw honda accord speeding across the border with its lights off. please chargepolice gave chase.a police officer's car. the man was taken into custody.
fairfield police are looking for two men who robbed a in at the 3300 block of east texas street. they were armed with handguns. ransacked the place and left with an undisclosed amount of cash. the employes were not hurt. a quick picture from washington treasurer secretary is having a hearing on the budget proposal. let's listen in. >> a detailed mix of policies tax reforms that will bring the numbers down dramatically over. >> where will you get the money to pay social security? >> we don't wanna put off questions fervor, it would be
good for the country to come to gather to strengthen social security. we are willing to begin that conversation. >> we are borrowing at record levels. the fear the rest of the world will not want to lend us. what percentage of our borrowing comes from foreign sources? >> much less than we were three years ago. right now our deficit the amount we borrow it is half the level it was in 2007. so american arse saving more. >> james: live testimony defending the
the medal of freedom. >> some of the most extraordinary people in america and around the world. president kennedy once said that the nation rebuilds itself not only by the men and women, it produces, but by the men and women it honors. the people here remembers. i heartily agree. look at the men and women who are here today. it says something about who we are as the people. when we awarded this metal to john lewis, is as we aspire to be just, more equal, a more perfect union. when we award it to jasper wewe honor the original. it says we all
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the beginning of a storm moving again.in. this is a shot of mt.. you can see the clouds blowing it. starting to see some rain in the north bay. more widespread rain later today. showers are south on 1 01, also seeing rain drops through vacaville area. as we take you through the afternoon quarter of an inch of rain in san rosa, then as we head towards 5:00 p.m. three- quarters of an inch, 9:00 p.m. heavier rainfall more than an inch in san rosa. three-quarters of an inch toward the end of the day today. wind speed staying above 20 mi. an hour in oakland,
15 redwood city, we have the wind advisory in effect until 6:00 p.m. in the delta with sustained winds in the 30's. you're 7 day around the bay shows wet and windy weather through the end of the work week. slight chance of showers on the weekend. eric back? >> erica >> erica: traffic moving freely westbound into the city same story at the san mateo bridge traffic is cleared up nicely. you can see the camera shaking around. other than that no problems. wrapping up with alive look at the golden gate bridge, a nice easy conditions, no problem southbound 1 01. perfect drive time of 23 minutes out of
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>> james: live pictures of a barge that ran aground, became the stock near st. francis yacht club. yoli giving you a look at the situation it was transporting sand. it ran aground at about 7:30 a.m., they have been out there for quite awhile. it could have thousands of gallons of diesel fuel. we will be looking to confirm that. the coast guard is in route if not already there. in terms of how much diesel, there has been
a estimate of 3,000 gal.. we will learn more as the reporters get to the scene and ask questions. we wanted to bring you live pictures will we had them. a barge has run aground near st. francis yacht club. it was transporting sand. carrying thousands of gallons of diesel fuel, some of it may be in the water. vallejo was named one of the world's most dying cities. it comes on the heels of the ninth most miserable city in the united states. here's a quick list. vallejo behind norland, city representatives are not happy about this list. they say their population is in fact growing. as we go a shot of 80,
safety bath. (music) >> today on bay area living and health edition, we are focusing on the number one place in the house where accidents occur. we are talking about the bathroom. and jacuzzi is changing all of that, is the name that you will recognize, almost as quickly as jacuzzi. ross mcgowan. >> thank you vicki. >> bay area along time anchor, and certainly personality. >> i have been around for long time. now old enough to say i love these tubs. >> oh you are not old enought to say that. why would a person wanted tub like this? >> i think it's to take control back in their lives. and then you throw in better health and you have a